Relic Restoration 

Preservation group to restore a Midtown trolley landmark.

Midtown's East End trolley stand has long been left to the elements, and today it appears tagged with graffiti and nearly swallowed by overgrown vegetation. But the historic structure may soon see new life. Preservation Memphis has set its sights on restoring…

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